I volunteer at Davis Fire Department in Trenton Ga. We are station 7 and my unit number is 713.

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Yep yep..we were lucky this last year we got a big grant plus were getting a big chunck of the SPLOST money this year.
Maungakaramea Voluntary Rural Fire Force just out of Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand. We are station 21 in the Northland Region and our rural truck has the callsign of Maungakaramea 2171.
Clarendon Vol. FD, Clarendon, Vermont.......

County Number Assigned: Sta. 16

Call Signs Equipment: Clarendon Engine 1/2, Clarendon Tanker 1/2, Clarendon Support 1

Call Signs Command; Clarendon Command

Call Signs Officers: Chief; Clarendon 11, A/C; Clarendon 12, Captain(s); Clarendon 13/14/15,
LT(s); Clarendon 16/17/18, Fire Warden; Clarendon 19
Briceville vol. fire department.
Briceville Tennessee
County number 7300
Unit number 7321
Myersville Volunteer Fire Company, Sta. 8, in Myersville, MD.
Units: RE83, E82, A89, B85, U8, and Duty 8.
lucky you!! actually we were able to get a lot of stuff this year. new turn out gear, scba gear and training materials. i am thankful for all that, lord knows that old scba was anciet and out dated. got some pretty good stuff now viking isi packs. they have a lumbar support and heads up display in the mask. we have had some trouble with them though. perhaps i should start a discussion on that topic, see if any one else has had any trouble.
any how im new to the nation and im trying to add friends to my friends list, so consider this an open invitation. stay safe out there
how do you keep track of your members?
I volunteer at Western Holmes County Fire District.
Nashville Station
Nashville Ohio.
My unit number is 630.
Were getting fitted for our new gear in november. We got MSA packs the tanks are 4,500 lbs of pressure and are carbon fiber, lunbar support, heads up display and voice amp. Were also going to referb T72 finish up B7 and get a new engine witch will be E74.
Oxbow 33 engine 1 ,tanker 1 rescue one1...
You dont , just keep in mind that the chiefs are more important ,sometimes the rest of the chain of command is too. We put our #s on helments ,but that can be confusing someone might grab the wrong one . LOL
I volunteer at Springlake fire co. 1 sta. 48-1 springlake NJ units are 4874 .4875 .4890 Be smart & safe out there

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